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through history, president clinton started the cops program where you have resource officers who are armed in the schools as a result of that. there is partial funding, but it's very limited and cut back it's insufficient obviously. it's going to take over $2 billion if you put a federal funded program for an armed person at every school. i think there's voluntary programs you can look at if you have trained people and we want to set up a model training for this. it always should be an option that the local school board finally makes the decision. i can understand skepticism, but i think that school safety is the debate. i think it is terrific that the nra is willing to fund experts and solutions that will be provided free of costs to the schools to hopefully create a voluntary program. >> it's more than skepticism. i want to read you two reactions to what the nra had to say. the first from mayor michael bloomberg who said they, meaning the nra, offered a paranoid vision of a more dangerous and violent america where everyone is armed and no place is same. -- safe. the nra's lobbyists blame
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